Solar-powered dots to be installed on Englewood roadway

A roadway known for its accidents in Englewood will have a new system introduced.The move comes after Broad Street between Linden and Huguenot avenues saw

ENGLEWOOD - A roadway known for its accidents in Englewood will have a new system introduced.

The move comes after Broad Street between Linden and Huguenot avenues saw two people killed over the past year, as well as two others hit. Now, after seeing solar-powered dots used in Panama, Police Chief Aruthur O'Keefe has decided to introduce the same system in the Bergen County town.

The reflectors cost about $50 each and the entire project is expected to cost about $30,000. However, taxpayers won't be footing the bill since everything was donated free of charge.

Sanzari Construction also provided all of the labor for free.

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